breaking news

Album reviews

Album Review: Insecure Men
0

Album Review: Insecure Men

March 12th, 2018 | by Jack Gill
After a cataclysmic period of addiction, rehab and eventual sobriety, former Fat White Family member, Saul Adamczewski, has had a haphazard journey toward his new project, Insecure Men. Despite the bumpy road that has led him to...
Album Review: Lo Moon
0

Album Review: Lo Moon

March 12th, 2018 | by Emma Brady
It’s always impressive when an album manages to create a mood and sustain it through the entirety of its run-through, all the while making each song a journey of its own. It’s even more impressive when said album is a...
Album Review: Vance Joy’s ‘Nation of Two’
0

Album Review: Vance Joy’s ‘Nation of Two’

March 12th, 2018 | by Rohan Katargamwala
Australian singer-songwriter James Keogh’s (Vance Joy) debut album was released and the lead single ‘Riptide’ became an international hit, with the charm and indie-darling lyrics giving the single a warming nature....
Album Review: Tyga’s ‘Kyoto’
0

Album Review: Tyga’s ‘Kyoto’

March 5th, 2018 | by Rohan Katargamwala
Tyga’s most recent project comes across as uninspired as he tries to reclaim relevance. When the artwork for Tyga’s latest project dropped in late 2017 it caused a stir in the online community, the crass and vulgar depiction...
Album Review: Franz Ferdinand’s ‘Always Ascending’
0

Album Review: Franz Ferdinand’s ‘Always Ascending’

February 26th, 2018 | by Jack Gill
In the somewhat unstable current indie rock scene, ‘Franz Ferdinand’ are something of an urban legend. The quintet’s preppy art-rock style gained them a huge fan base during the golden years of riff-driven guitar music,...
Album Review: DON BROCO’s ‘Technology’
0

Album Review: DON BROCO’s ‘Technology’

February 19th, 2018 | by Jess Weisser
Admittedly, I’m not as much a DON BROCO fan as I am a fan of Dominar Films, the geniuses behind most of Technology’s accompanying music videos. ‘Everybody’ was already a good song, but it’s best experienced alongside...
Album Review: Django Django’s ‘Marble Skies’
0

Album Review: Django Django’s ‘Marble Skies’

February 12th, 2018 | by Callum Costello
Once upon a time it took nothing more than a great sound to gain a band a lifetime of attention. Motörhead, AC/DC, Daft Punk – all decorated artists with acclaimed catalogues of music, which in a lot of ways are filled...
Interview with Wolf Alice: Future plans, ‘Visions of a Life’ & more
0

Interview with Wolf Alice: Future plans, ‘Visions of a Life’ & more

January 18th, 2018 | by Jack Gill
The Tour started last week, so it’s a busy time for the band with plans already for Europe in December and America next year- how does it feel to be touring again? Yeah it feels really good. It’s nice to be playing new...
Newton Faulkner on his latest album, tours, computer games and the political world
0

Newton Faulkner on his latest album, tours, computer games and the political world

January 9th, 2018 | by Alice Wilson
The Courier Music had a chat with Newton Faulkner, where we find out his pre-gig rituals, his perfect night in, the issues with the music industry and even tackle the tumultuous politics of today’s world…   How...
Album Review: Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s ‘A Love So Beautiful’
0

Album Review: Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s ‘A Love So Beautiful’

December 4th, 2017 | by Callum Costello
Much like the Dreamboats and Petticoats compilations released at Christmas the yearly ‘with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’ albums have become a staple of the festive album calendar. Aimed at an older audience (your nan),...